Special Education

According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities

2.4 million students are diagnosed with LD and receive special education services in our schools, representing 41% of all students receiving special education…

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  • break learning into small steps;
  • administer probes;
  • supply regular, quality feedback;
  • use diagrams, graphics and pictures to augment what they say in words;
  • provide ample independent, well-designed intensive practice;
  • model instructional practices that they want students to follow;
  • provide prompts of strategies to use; and
  • engage students in process type questions like “How is the strategy working? Where else might you apply it?”

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